50 thousand Vacancies Comming Soon in UP

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50 thousand Vacancies Comming Soon in UP

50 thousand Vacancies Comming Soon in UP -Good news for the unemployed candidates in Uttar Pradesh. Uttar Pradesh is going to give a big opportunity to the unemployed waiting for a government job. The Yogi government is going to start the recruitment process soon in about 50 thousand vacancies in the government departments of the state. CM Yogi Adityanath has agreed to the new recruitment process of Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) to fill these vacant posts. Now soon, the commission will conduct preliminary qualification examination (PET) under the two-stage examination system to fill these posts. With this, the selection commission will also release the final results of those 13 exams pending before the year 2020 in the next two months.

The details of the upcoming posts are as follows

The details of upcoming posts are as follows: According to the Subordinate Services Selection Commission 9212 posts of women health workers in Family Welfare Department, 7882 posts of Revenue Accountants in Revenue Council, 1817 posts of Technical Assistant-Group-C in Directorate of Agriculture, Revenue Council 1137 posts of Junior Assistant, 1068 posts of Assistant Accountant in Internal Accounts and Auditor’s Department, 874 posts of Sugarcane Supervisor in Sugar and Sugar Department, 700 posts of Laboratory Technician in Medical and Health Services Department, 694 of Forest Guard in Forest Department. Action has been initiated to recruit 622 posts of Instructor in Posts, Training and Service Planning Department and 456 posts of X-ray Technician in the Department of Medical and Health. This year it is targeted to fill all these posts. Apart from this, the commission is also in the process of filling the vacant posts of many other departments.

Announcement of application for recruitment soon

Announcement of applications for recruitment soon: The recruitment process is going to start soon to fill the vacant posts of various government departments of UP. According to the selection commission, the appointment of candidates will be done on the basis of two-stage examination system. PET will be conducted first for the selection of candidates. This examination will be of two hours. A total of 100 questions will be asked in this exam.

Negative marking will be provided for wrong answer to the question. If a question is wrong 1/4 marks will be deducted. The result of PET will be released on the basis of percentile. Candidates who succeed in this will be called for the main examination. The Commission will announce the applications for this recruitment soon. The qualification will be determined according to the posts. It is being planned to invite Group Wise applications for technical qualification posts including Graduates, Professional Courses and Intermediate. For this, the commission will separate the recruitment offers from different departments on the basis of merit. Appointments of candidates to be selected in the main examination will be made in various departments. Apart from this, vacant posts of other government departments will also be filled through this process.

Officials of Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission have said that a plan has been made on the recruitment process to fill these vacant posts of various government departments of UP. Information has also been given to the government in this regard. To fill the vacant posts of government departments in a transparent manner, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given several instructions, under which the Commission prepared a transparent and fair examination system and its presentation was made before CM Yogi.

After that, the Commission has now started preparing for conducting Preliminary Qualification Examination (PET) under the Commission Two Level Examination System to fill the vacant posts of government departments. According to the information received from the Commission, the candidates who will be successful in this examination will be short-listed. These candidates will be given a chance to appear in the main examination. The candidate who will succeed in the main examination will be given an appointment letter.